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by Labor Archives of Washington, University of Washington Libraries Special Collections
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Oral History interview with Grace Land, sterile processing technician and Vice President of SEIU 1199 about working during the COVID-19 pandemic completed on December 2, 2020. This interview is part of the Working in the Time of COVID-19 Oral History Project by the Labor Archives of Washington, University of Washington Libraries. Laborarchives.org This item contains three parts: oral history audio/video file, caption file (.srt), and full text transcription (.pdf).
Topics: COVID-19, pandemic, PPE, personal protective equipment, quarantine, oral history, health care...
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by Labor Archives of Washington, University of Washington Libraries Special Collections
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Oral History interview with c onductor and music director Tigran Arakelyan about working during the COVID-19 pandemic completed on June 11, 2020. This interview is part of the Working in the Time of COVID-19 Oral History Project by the Labor Archives of Washington, University of Washington Libraries. Laborarchives.org This item contains three parts: oral history audio/video file, caption file (.srt), and full text transcription (.pdf).
Topics: COVID-19, pandemic, musical work, oral history, Bainbridge Youth Orchestra, Port Townsend Symphony,...
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by Ronda Skubi
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This interview was conducted by Ronda Skubi, who was a student in the Department of Landscape Architecture at the University of Washington in 1975. Skubi undertook this and other interviews for a student paper, entitled Women in Landscape Architecture . In this interview Ann Janelli discusses her education and career in landscape architecture in California. She talks about influences on her career choice and her decision to pursue a degree in the landscape architecture program at Berkeley while...
Topics: landscape architects, women, oral history, interview, landscape architecture
Oral History interview with pianist, music director, sound engineer and Boston Musicians' Association member David Sparr about working during the COVID-19 pandemic completed on June 5, 2020. This interview is part of the Working in the Time of COVID-19 Oral History Project by the Labor Archives of Washington, University of Washington Libraries. Laborarchives.org This item contains three parts: oral history audio/video file, caption file (.srt), and full text transcription (.pdf).
Topics: COVID-19, pandemic, musical work, oral history, musical work, music director, synagogue, recording,...
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by Karl Kernberger
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This video contains footage filmed by Karl Kernberger on a 1963 trip driving through Canada to Alaska and then down the Yukon River on 2300-mile boat journey. The boat trip along the Yukon River began at Lake Bennett in British Columbia and ended in Alakanuk, Alaska, on the Bering Sea. Other members of the expedition included Kernberger’s friend J. Michael Jenkinson, Rafen Moon (Kathy) Jenkinson, Bill Carpenter, and John Loehr. A Swiss reporter, Maurice Bettex, also joined the group for some...
Topics: Yukon, Alaska, British Columbia, Klondike, expedition
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by Ronda Skubi
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This interview was conducted by Ronda Skubi, who was a student in the Department of Landscape Architecture at the University of Washington in 1975. Skubi undertook this and other interviews for a student paper, entitled Women in Landscape Architecture . In this interview Dorothy Hussey discusses her education and career in landscape architecture in California. She talks about early influences on her career choice and her education in landscape design at Berkeley. She discusses her work...
Topics: landscape architects, women, oral history, interview, landscape architecture
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by Labor Archives of Washington, University of Washington Libraries Special Collections
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Oral History interview with Alex Mason, steamfitter apprentice and member of Plumbers and Pipefitters UA Local 32 about working during the COVID-19 pandemic in Seattle, Washington completed September 28, 2020 . This interview is part of the Working in the Time of COVID-19 Oral History Project by the Labor Archives of Washington, University of Washington Libraries. ( Laborarchives.org ) This item contains three parts: oral history audiovideo file, caption track file (.srt), and full text...
Topics: COVID-19, pandemic, labor unions, workers, pipefitter, steamfitter, pipefitting, trades,...
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Oral History interview with singer-songwriter and touring musician Derik Nelson about working during the COVID-19 pandemic completed on June 4, 2020. This interview is part of the Working in the Time of COVID-19 Oral History Project by the Labor Archives of Washington, University of Washington Libraries. ( Laborarchives.org ) This item contains three parts: oral history audio/video file, caption file (.srt), and full text transcription (.pdf).
Topics: COVID-19, pandemic, musical work, oral history, touring musician, Hollywood, band, venue, live...
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by Labor Archives of Washington, University of Washington Libraries Special Collections
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Oral History interview with independent violist and composer Aaron Michael Smith about musical work during the COVID-19 pandemic completed on June 3, 2020. This interview is part of the Working in the Time of COVID-19 Oral History Project by the Labor Archives of Washington, University of Washington Libraries. Laborarchives.org This item contains three parts: oral history audio/video file, caption file (.srt), and full text transcription (.pdf). 
Topics: COVID-19, pandemic, musical work, oral history, installation, film, concerts, gig, freelance...
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by Doris Chase
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Full Circle documents the work of the artist Doris Chase. In her own words, she describes her evolution from painting to video art.
Topics: sculpture (visual works), video art, Kinetic Art, dance (performing arts genre), Doris Totten Chase
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by Ronda Skubi
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This interview was conducted by Ronda Skubi, who was a student in the Department of Landscape Architecture at the University of Washington in 1975. Skubi undertook this and other interviews for a student paper, entitled Women in Landscape Architecture . In this interview Helaine Kaplan discusses her education and career in landscape architecture and city planning. She talks about her unconventional entrance into the landscape architecture profession through her undergraduate education in city...
Topics: landscape architects, women, oral history, interview, landscape architecture
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This interview was conducted by Ronda Skubi, who was a student in the Department of Landscape Architecture at the University of Washington in 1975. Skubi undertook this and other interviews for a student paper, entitled Women in Landscape Architecture . In this interview Barbara Fealy discusses her education and career in landscape architecture. She talks about being one of the few women in the landscape architecture program at the University of Illinois. Fealy also discusses the trajectory of...
Topics: landscape architects, women, oral history, interview, landscape architecture
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by Ronda Skubi
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This interview was conducted by Ronda Skubi, who was a student in the Department of Landscape Architecture at the University of Washington in 1975. Skubi undertook this and other interviews for a student paper, entitled Women in Landscape Architecture . In this interview Elizabeth Brazeau discusses her self-taught education and career in landscape architecture in the Seattle area. She discusses early interests and influences as well as her educational background and entrance into the landscape...
Topics: landscape architects, women, oral history, interview, landscape architecture
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Oral History interview with Seattle Symphony flutist-piccolist, educator, and member of Seattle Symphony and Opera Players' Organization Zart Dombourian-Eby about musical work during the COVID-19 pandemic completed June 2020. This interview is part of the Working in the Time of COVID-19 Oral History Project by the Labor Archives of Washington, University of Washington Libraries. Laborarchives.org This item contains three parts: oral history audio/video file, caption file (.srt), and full text...
Topics: COVID-19, pandemic, musical work, oral history, Seattle Symphony, symphony, orchestra, piccolo,...
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by Washington State Labor Council
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Rally ’82. Begins with footage from a rally with music and signs. January 20th 1982 thousands of people come out to olympia to stand up for their rights. People come from all over the state to protest as taxpayers. Protesters relate their stories and explain why they are at the rally, the biggest  and most well organized the capital had seen. Music, speeches, and bag lunches kept participant spirits high. Voices against Reaganomics speak. Washington State Labor Council helped to finance the...
Topics: Washington State Labor Council, Protests, Taxes
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by Ronda Skubi
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This interview was conducted by Ronda Skubi, who was a student in the Department of Landscape Architecture at the University of Washington in 1975. Skubi undertook this and other interviews for a student paper, entitled Women in Landscape Architecture . In this interview Jean Walton discusses her education and career in landscape architecture in the San Francisco Bay Area. She talks about influencing experiences in her eventual entrance into the landscape architecture profession, including...
Topics: landscape architects, women, oral history, interview, landscape architecture
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Oral History interview with violist and music educator Kelly Moore about musical work during the COVID-19 pandemic completed June 2020. This interview is part of the Working in the Time of COVID-19 Oral History Project by the Labor Archives of Washington, University of Washington Libraries. Laborarchives.org This item contains three parts: oral history audio/video file, caption file (.srt), and full text transcription (.pdf).
Topics: COVID-19, pandemic, musical work, oral history, classical musical, chamber music, music teacher,...
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Title: Reel 1 - New Orleans, Mardi Gras, Zulu, Larry Charles Original format: 1-inch Type C Item No.: PHColl2016-080_Morell_T50 Footage of the Mardi Gras parties and parades in New Orleans, 1986. Also includes an interview with Big Chief Larry Bannock, of the Golden Star Hunters. This material is part of the Karen Morell Film, Audio and Videotape Collection. Learn more about the collection here: http://content.lib.washington.edu/morellweb/index.html
Topics: Larry E. Bannock, Golden Star Hunters, Black Eagles, Jerod Lewis, Wild Magnolias, Bo Dollis, Mardi...
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by Ronda Skubi
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This interview was conducted by Ronda Skubi, who was a student in the Department of Landscape Architecture at the University of Washington in 1975. Skubi undertook this and other interviews for a student paper, entitled Women in Landscape Architecture . In this interview Mary Booth discusses her education and career as a landscape architect in the Seattle area. She describes people and events growing up that influenced her interest in landscape architecture. She also describes being a student...
Topics: landscape architects, women, oral history, interview, landscape architecture
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by Ronda Skubi
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This interview was conducted by Ronda Skubi, who was a student in the Department of Landscape Architecture at the University of Washington in 1975. Skubi undertook this and other interviews for a student paper, entitled Women in Landscape Architecture . In this interview Lucille Biesbroeck discusses her education and emerging career in landscape architecture in the San Francisco Bay Area. Topics discussed include childhood and influences in her career choice, educational experience at Berkeley,...
Topics: landscape architects, women, oral history, interview, landscape architecture
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by Ronda Skubi
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This interview was conducted by Ronda Skubi, who was a student in the Department of Landscape Architecture at the University of Washington in 1975. Skubi undertook this and other interviews for a student paper, entitled Women in Landscape Architecture . In this interview Roberta Wightman discusses her education and career in landscape architecture, from the early influences of her parents to past and current work, as well as advice for those entering the profession. She talks about her...
Topics: landscape architects, women, oral history, interview, landscape architecture
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by Washington State Labor Council
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Footage of federal employees picketing the Hatch Act, and hearings before the State Senate in which union members relate their frustrations with the Hatch Act and call for reform.  Washington State Labor Council Photograph and Videotape Collection, PHColl 1134, Tape 4, VC383 
Topics: Hatch Act, Washington State Labor Council, Edgar Tullen, Don Bonker, John Miller, Jim Somerhauser,...
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by Labor Archives of Washington, University of Washington Libraries Special Collections
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Oral History interview with jazz saxophonist Kenji Lee and about musical work during the COVID-19 pandemic completed in June 2020. This interview is part of the Working in the Time of COVID-19 Oral History Project by the Labor Archives of Washington, University of Washington Libraries. Laborarchives.org This item contains two parts: oral history audio file and full text transcription (.pdf).
Topics: COVID-19, pandemic, musical work, oral history, Detroit, Seattle, freelance, gigs, musician, city,...
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by Doris Chase
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This video introduces Doris Chase's Sculpture Series and compiles clips from her video sculptures.
Topics: video art, Doris Totten Chase, sculpture (visual works)
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by Karen Morell
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Title: Reel 4 - Prison Original format: 1-inch Type C Item No.: PHColl2016-080_Morell_T53 Footage shot in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Includes footage of a prison, construction sites, and scenery around Albuquerque. There are two segments with audio: at 0:20:23, a person in a suit discusses training prison inmates to do construction; at 0:31:34, a person discusses setting up computer training program in a prison. At 0:43:32, Larry Hill  gives a brief interview about why he is interested in...
Topics: computers, New Mexico, Albequerque, Prison, Education, vocational training, computer history,...
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by Karen Morell
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Title: Mosaic: Swahili Folktales Original format: 1-inch Type C Item No.: PHColl2016-080_Morell_T9 Featuring Sauda Mdahoma. Directed and produced by Ken Stevens and Karen Morell.  Presented by the Henry M. Jackson School of International Studies, University of Washington. This material is part of the Karen Morell Film, Audio and Videotape Collection. Learn more about the collection here: http://content.lib.washington.edu/morellweb/index.html
Topics: Swahili, Africa, language instruction, swahili instruction, swahili folktale, folktale, educational...
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Oral History interview with King County Metro Transit operator (bus driver) and ATU 587 member Tersa Gavlinski about working during the COVID-19 pandemic completed on September 11, 2020. This interview is part of the Working in the Time of COVID-19 Oral History Project by the Labor Archives of Washington, University of Washington Libraries. ( Laborarchives.org ) This item contains three parts: oral history video file, caption file (.srt), and full text transcription (.pdf).   
Topics: COVID-19, pandemic, PPE, personal protective equipment, essential worker, labor archives, oral...
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Oral History interview with Ethan Jodziewicz, upright and electric bassist in Nashville, Tennessee about working during the COVID-19 pandemic completed in June 2020 . This interview is part of the Working in the Time of COVID-19 Oral History Project by the Labor Archives of Washington, University of Washington Libraries. ( Laborarchives.org ) This item contains three parts: oral history audiovideo file, caption track file (.srt), and full text transcription (.pdf).
Topics: COVID-19, pandemic, musical work, upright bass, touring, travel, gig, folk music, festival, record,...
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by Washington State Labor Council
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Washington Works was a public access television show in Seattle, Washington produced by the Washington State Labor Council. This episode includes interviews Washington State political candidates in for upcoming 1988 elections. Dan Grimm (for state treasurer), Mike Murphy (for Commissioner of Public Lands), and Larry Kenney are interviewees. Includes rough shots without sound and a few outtakes. Washington State Labor Council Photograph and Video Collection, PHColl 1134, Item 002, VC382
Topics: Washington State Labor Council, Dan Grimm, Mike Murphy, Larry Kenney
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Oral History interview with Seattle Public Schools high school teacher and Seattle Education Association building representative, Jolene McCann, about working during the COVID-19 pandemic completed on October 30, 2020. This interview is part of the Working in the Time of COVID-19 Oral History Project by the Labor Archives of Washington, University of Washington Libraries. Laborarchives.org This item contains three parts: oral history audio/video file, caption file (.srt), and full text...
Topics: COVID-19, pandemic, PPE, personal protective equipment, quarantine, oral history, teacher, remote...
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Oral History interview completed August 27, 2020 with Lorene Mulrooney, journeyman electrician and member of IBEW (International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers) Local 46 about working during the COVID-19 pandemic in Seattle, Washington. This interview is part of the Working in the Time of COVID-19 Oral History Project by the Labor Archives of Washington, University of Washington Libraries. ( Laborarchives.org ) This item contains three parts: oral history audiovideo file, caption track file...
Topics: pandemic, electricians, working conditions, personal protective equipment, PPE, COVID-19, health...
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by Karen Morell
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Title: Folklife Festival, 1986 Original format: 1-inch Type C Item No.: PHColl_2016-080_T54 This silent footage is likely of the 20th Smithsonian Folklife Festival, held June 25-July 6, 1986.  This material is part of the Karen Morell Film, Audio and Videotape Collection. Learn more about the collection here: http://content.lib.washington.edu/morellweb/index.html
Topics: Karen Morell, Folklife Festival, Smithsonian, Music, Parade, Folkways
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by Karen Morell
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Title: African Encounters - GA Traditional Drumming Original format: 1-inch Type C Item No.: PHColl2016-080_Morell_T9 GA Traditional Drumming with Obo Addy. Directed by Roy Watts. Produced by Karen Morell.  Presented by the Henry M. Jackson School of International Studies, University of Washington. This material is part of the Karen Morell Film, Audio and Videotape Collection. Learn more about the collection here: http://content.lib.washington.edu/morellweb/index.html
Topics: African drumming, Africa, drum, drum ensemble, music, ethnomusicology, tradtional music,...
Title: African Encounters: Prophet Healers of Northern Malawi Original format: 1-inch Type C Item No.: PHColl2016-080_Morell_T10 This film explores spirit possession in the healing complex of the Tumbuka speaking peoples of northern Malawi. The program focuses on healers called nchimi who employ elements of Christianity and traditional spirit beliefs in the medical practice creating a syncretic form of religious healing. Music and dance are featured in footage of divination trances. Presented...
Topics: Tumbuka, Malawi, African Encounters, University of Washington, Prophet healers, spirit, dance,...
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Oral History interview with Seattle Public Schools high school teacher and Seattle Education Association member, Renee Stern, about working during the COVID-19 pandemic completed October 7, 2020 . This interview is part of the Working in the Time of COVID-19 Oral History Project by the Labor Archives of Washington, University of Washington Libraries. ( Laborarchives.org ) This item contains three parts: oral history video file, caption file (.srt), and full text transcription (.pdf).
Topics: COVID-19, pandemic, essential worker, teacher, union, school, Seattle Public Schools, SEA, Seattle...
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by Karen Morell
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Title: Reel 2 - N/O Zulu, New Orleans, Mardi Gras Original format: 1-inch Type C Item No.: PHColl2016-080_Morell_T51 Unedited footage of the French Quarter of New Orleans immediately before and during Mardi Gras Day, 1986. Also contains footage of three Mardi Gras Indian gangs on the streets of New Orleans, including the Golden Star Hunters with Big Chief Larry Bannock, the Black Eagles with Big Chief Jerod Lewis, and the Wild Magnolias with Big Chief Bo Dollis. The audio is from an interview...
Topics: Mardi Gras, Karen Morell, Larry Bannock, Mardi Gras Indians, costume, dance, parade, New Orleans,...
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by Karen Morell
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Title: Part II D.C. Footage, 8/85 Original format: 1-inch Type C Item ID No.: PHColl2016-080_Morell_T56 Peter Minshall is a legendary Trinidadian costume designer. He has been designing incredible costumes and choreographies for Carnival celebrations for over thirty years. In August 1985, he held The Adoration of Hiroshima in Washington, D.C. This was a carnival-style, anti-war,  street theatre which was performed on the fortieth anniversary of the bombing of Hiroshima.  This item is part of...
Topics: Peter Minshall, Peter Minshall, Mas, Trinidad and Tobago, Carnival, Costume, Choreography, Parade,...
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by Karen Morell
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Title: Reel 3 - Prison Original format: 1-inch Type C Item No.: PHColl2016-080_Morell_T52 Footage shot in St. Louis, Missouri. Silent. Students in a computer training program, potentially at Chillicothe Correctional Center in Chillicothe, Missouri. Some audio at 0:19:13, 0:24:32, 0:26:14, 0:28:32, 0:33:42, 0:38:25, 0:42:30, 0:44:04, 0:53:31, 0:55:40, 0:59:55. This material is part of the Karen Morell Film, Audio and Videotape Collection. Learn more about the collection here:...
Topics: Prison, education, computer training, vocational training, Missouri, St. Louis, Chillicothe
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by Karen Morell
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Title: Washington, D.C. Footage, Minshall Original format: 1-inch Type C  Item No.: PHColl_2016-080_T55 Peter Minshall is a legendary Trinidadian costume designer. He has been designing incredible costumes and choreographies for Carnival celebrations for over thirty years. In August 1985, he held The Adoration of Hiroshima in Washington, D.C. This was a carnival-style, anti-war,  street theatre which was performed on the fortieth anniversary of the bombing of Hiroshima. This material is part...
Topics: Peter Minshall, Trinidad, Trinidad & Tobago, Carnival, costumes, choreography, dance, mas,...
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by Ronda Skubi
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This interview was conducted by Ronda Skubi, who was a student in the Department of Landscape Architecture at the University of Washington at the time. Skubi undertook this and other interviews for a student paper, entitled Women in Landscape Architecture . In this interview Mai Arbegast discusses her education and career in horticulture and landscape design. This career included twelve years as a professor in the Department of Landscape Architecture at Berkeley as well as her own private...
Topic: landscape architects, women, oral history, interview, landscape architecture
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by Karen Morell
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Title: African Studies Super 8 Dub, Nuna Masquerade Original format: 1 inch Item No.: PHColl2016-080_Morell_T1 Title comes from label on box.  Part of the Karen Morell Film, Audio and Videotape Collection.
Topics: Karen Morell, Africa, African Dance, Dance, Masquerade, Ethnomusicology, University of Washington
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Title: Miami / Arnaud's / Second liners / Jerod Original format: 1-inch Type C Item No.: PHColl2016-080_Morell_T49 Silent footage from Little Haiti, in Miami, Florida. This material is part of the Karen Morell Film, Audio and Videotape Collection. Learn more about the collection here: http://content.lib.washington.edu/morellweb/index.html
Topics: Miami, Little Haiti, Street scenes, B roll, Immigrant communities
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Oral History interview with jazz musician, composer, and producer Clark Gayton about musical work during the COVID-19 pandemic completed in June 2020. This interview is part of the Working in the Time of COVID-19 Oral History Project by the Labor Archives of Washington, University of Washington Libraries. Laborarchives.org This item contains two parts: oral history audio file and full text transcription (.pdf)
Topics: COVID-19, pandemic, musical work, oral history, Jazz Foundation, MusiCares Foundation,...
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Oral History interview with jazz guitarist, music educator, and Twin Cities Musicians Union 30-73 member Joel Shapira about musical work during the COVID-19 pandemic completed in July 2020. This interview is part of the Working in the Time of COVID-19 Oral History Project by the Labor Archives of Washington, University of Washington Libraries. Laborarchives.org This item contains two parts: oral history audio file and full text transcription (.pdf). 
Topics: COVID-19, pandemic, musical work, oral history, AFM, American Federation of Musicians, Twin Cities...